QUOTE(Destruction-Overdrive @ Aug 1 2006, 12:44 PM) [snapback]1209625[/snapback]
i think u only have to do it twice. the second time is harder. the chicken suit guys are tougher.
I keep reading that on the PSP 100% requirements - 3 times, 2 times.
On the PS2, I saved it for when I was at 98%, nothing else to do except Slash TV and the last mission for Sal.
I beat the first "Level 5" of Slash TV with the Colt, and left. 99%. Reward is the Mini-Gun.
Did the last Sal mission, 100%.....
I had thought of using molotovs or the highly under-rated sawnoff shotgun.
Then on my second play-through of LCS on PS2, I did the exact same thing.
Using the Colt, keeping an eye on the HUD/radar for where the guys were coming from.
From 98%, did the first "Level 5" and there it was again, 99%.
Last Sal mission, 100% ....
So regardless of the 100% lists I read, no more than the first Level 5 is required on PS2.
For fun, as well as the LCS FAQ for PS2 I'm writing, I went to do Slash TV after 100% completion
to see about the rewards. Sure enough, the second time with the Cox Mascot guys is tougher,
so I stayed by the boxes and just lobbed molotovs. Using the same concept of eyeing the HUD/radar,
seeing where they're coming from, and surrounding everything on fire.
Got the RPG and the Cox Mascot suit.
Agreed, those big chickens are much tougher.
I also agree with the poster who gave advice for the firefighter mission,
as well as the health delivery missions Noodle Punk and Pizzaboy.
The hidden packages can only help you build up ammo for the Colt, since there is only
the one spawn at the SSV airport, Francis International.
I've only heard from one friend who used the sawnoff, he said he was surprised
how well it worked.
I would think think those boxes are arranged they way they are *for a reason*...
They block the enemy, as well as provide a wall for fire to build up.
(Fire goes through walls in all the GTA Games, where bullets, etc. do not)